Alameda High School - Pirate Yearbook (Denver, CO)

 - Class of 1950

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'-r '1"'--L'-51 :..j .-k- -:J-f-14: ..- Q 4' . - - ' -xr 12:12-'. -J' , ' N. 4. . K . , ,A -. -- - ' - "- - . " 3 XB- 'w x I . 4, , F lr" ' Q -3 ve' ' 4- A Ewa - b ' '.-.,-.mn -I 1 - ,F A . , GLORIA BEDOAR "T th fb' ' f " Baiiffff fYe3hS2'55'E,"2, Pep Club 5, 4, Class Plays 4. BERYLE CROSBY "Beauty ix ax beauty doe:" Lakewood lg Chorus 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 45 Class Plays 3, 4g Class Officer 2, Band 2, Student Counci1.4g Annual 3. DON CLAPPER "lVbo Jaid burr " San Antonio, Zfexas 1g West 2, 33 Football 4g'Wrestling 45 Track 44 Letterman's Club 45 The Pirate Editor 45 Pirate News Staff 43 Class Plays 4. HAROLD PROCTOR "Quiet and efficient" Lakewood 1, 2, Basketball 3, 4g Track 3, 4g Letterman's Club 3, 4, Pirate News Staff 3, 4g Sport Editor 4, Baseball 4, The Pirate 4. Class Play 4g ' NADINE BLANDFORD "Short and Jweef' Steamboat Springs 1 g West High 3: Chorus 2, 4g Pep Club 2, 43 The Pirate Staff 4g Class Play 45 Class Officer 2. BARBARA TAYSON ,el Sbe Inu a perxonalily all ber own" Lakewood 15 Chorus 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 45 Class Officer 2, Class Plays 2, 3, 43 The Pirate Staff 3, 4. FRIEDA FIESELMAN "The coumlerr gold of a merry bear!" Bancroft 13 Chorus 2g Pep Club 3, 4g Class Officer 4. BEVERLY HOUGH "She lm: a plenum! :mile for everyone" Cheyenne, Wyoming 1 g Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Class Officer 33 Student Council 2, The Pirate Staff 3, 4. KENNY BILLAU "Friendly to all" Lakewood 1, Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3,' 4g Cheerleader 45 Class Play 2, 5, 4g Class Officer 2, 3, 4. DALE CARLSON - "Silence that .rpeakrn Tri-Mont 1, 2, 3, Basketball 45 Lettermarfs Club 43 Class Play 4. GENE GORRELL "A good conscience ir a .raft pillow" Bancroft 15 Pep Club 2, 53 Chorus 2, 3, 4. PAT HICKS "Dependable as a clark" Bancroft 1 Pe Club 2 5 4' S P , , 1 Chorus 2, 3, 4g Class Play 3, 45 Band 2, The Pirate 2, 3. DORRIS MAE CRESS "She is a part of all Jbe met" Bancroft 1 5 Chorus 23 Band 2, 35 Class Plays 3, 4. MARILYN EGAN "Content in l1gginer.r" Bancroft 15 orus 2, 35 Pep Club 3, 4. BURNELL TIEFA "Boy,r will be men one day" Lakewood -1, Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Letterman's Club 3, 4, Class Officer 4. GEORGE WATHEN "A :well guy" Lakewood 15 Football-All-State Guard "1949" 4, Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 I.etterman's Club ' 3, 45 Student Council 35 Band 2, 35 Class Officer 25 Class Plays 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2. PHILIP KUI-IN "Ea.ry mme, eary o" south High lg lfootball 5, 4, Basketball 35 Track 2, 35 Lettemian's Club 3, 4. CHARLES QUINTRAL "Life will leach" Bancroft 15 Football 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 45 Class Play 2, 3, 4. JOANNA ELDER "A full, rich nature" Roger, Arkansas 1, 25 Pep Club 3, 4, Chorus 3. JO ANNA SMITH "Muir soothe: my soul" Lakewood lg Chorus 2, 35 Class Play 35 Class Officer 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Band 2. BILL DOHRMAN "All': well that end: weIl" Bancroft 1, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3g Class Officer 25 I.etterman's Club 3, 43 Class Plays 4. CARL METSKER "Modest, tall, and liked by all" Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4g Letterman's Club 3, 4g Student Council Pres. 43 Class Officer 33 Class Plays 3, 4. DEAN CREWS "Hi: nature never varies" Vlestwood 1, 25 Class Play 3. DICK POPP "I will take life ax it ir and like it" Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Track 3, 4g I.etterman's Club 3, 4, Baseball 4. I I I I I . I I , I , .. I 5 I BOB HARPER VER LEE QUINN I BERTIL OLSON "For many a joke had be" 'Tall and cute" "A regular gal!" St. john's 14 Football 2, 3, 4g Track Bucklin, Mo. 1, 2, 5g I Bancroft 1, ootball 2, 3, 45 2, 3, 4g Letterman's Club 3, 4g Chorus 2. 1'O I Letterman's Club 3, 45 Class - . Plays 3, 4. I I F966 I I prophesy that in 10 years from now, each of the following will be seen in these situations. As we travel along "The Road of Life" we see Burnell Tiefa as a big-time gambler at Monte Carlo. Next, we see Phil Kuhn still trying to get into col- lege. He hasnft given up though. Beryle is the first woman to ever run for President. She didn't make it, though. Pat Hicks has become a librarian, nearing fame as an author. Dale Carlson is running a filling station. He is known as a smooth operator. Doris, Mae still hasn't made up her mind whether she prefers soldiers or sailors. Donald Clapper is a big business tycoon, but he still is unable to beat Burnell in cards. Frieda Fieselman is still making cowboy shirts. She has five little cowboys of her own. Bill Dohrman has taken over Molly Mayfield's column. Expert on any problem. Has two problems of his .own ftwinsj. JoAnna Smith is a Missionary in South Africa. Her hobby is collecting tigers. Bertil Olson has taken over where Einstein left off. He is about to unveil a new theory. . Beverly Hough is now established as the head of a school for women drivers. Bob Harper has retired. Struck gold after two months. He is collecting guns for a hobby. bo Barbara Tayson is a secretary. She enjoys sitting on ss' laps while taking dictation. Harold Proctor is a sports writer for the New York Times. He draws a fabulous salary. Joanna Elder is ai nurse. She enjoys holding the pa- tients' hands. I Gloria Mae has broken all records in bowling. She made her debute in professional bowling by bowling 12 perfect games. I I Carl Metsker has Ifinally grown up. He is 6 ft. 10 in. Playing A.A.U. ball with Phillips 66 now. Gene Gorrell hai started a riding academy with the finest saddle horses ' I the world. Marilyn Egan is high. She is now an airline hostess for Pan American Airlines. George Wfathen still driving a 1940 Plymouth. He swears it will lastp nother 20 years. Kenny Billau now owns a bright yellow convertible. Quite the man- with e ladies. Nadine Blandfoiiiii has become a woman Dr. She will soon take over Dr. Malone's profession. Chuck uintral has started a d ' farm. He has a growing herd of two i:ows any Verlee Quinn still has to be shown. She is from Missouri, you know. I ' Dean Crews, a Ciptain in the Army Air Force, tests jet planes for a treme dous sum. 1 Dick Popp workihg up in telephone company, now on second floor. ' I I I I I I I CLASS WILL DICK POPP leaves his ability to make his car run to Kirk Heyer. BILL DOHRMAN leaves his football playing ability to Fred Tournier. BERTIL OLSON leaves his ability to get good grades to Ralph Westewelt. GEORGE WATHEN leaves Shirlee Evans with much regret. BURNELL TIEFA leaves his chess playing ability to Fred Wolfe. ' CHARLES QUINTRAL leaves his ability to grow a mustache to Tom Hurd. KENNY BILLAU leaves his Ford to Arnold Hayes, who needs a car. CARL METSKER leaves his height to Larry Llewellyn. PHIL KUHN leaves his straight hair to Harold Rhodus. BOB HARPER leaves his "never say die" spirit to next year's second string football players. JO ANNA .SMITH leaves her height to Donna Sum- mers. DEAN CREWS leaves his sideburns to Gene Moore. DALE CARLSON leaves his silence to Dave Clapper. DON CLAPPER leaves his whiskers to Keith Cohenour. GLORIA BEDOAR leaves her legs to anyone who doesn't have any. DORRIS MAE CRESS leaves her artistic ability to Carol Stender. BERYLE CROSBY leaves her driving ability to janet Carlson. GENE GORRELL leaves her horsemanship ability to Fabian. BARBARA TAYSON leaves her accordian playing ability to Larry Robinson. BEVERLY HOUGH leaves her smile to Druscilla Vloods. FREIDA FIESELMAN leaves her golden locks to Vera Pallaro who has hair of her own. NADINE BLANDFORD leaves her small stature to Effie Oie. JO ANNE ELDER leaves her status as a Senior to any junior who passes. PAT HICKS leaves her "1" average to Orville Anderson. MARILYN EGAN leaves her quiet manner to Lorna' Anderson. HAROLD PROCT OR leaves his apathetic attitude to- ward the opposite sex to Clyde Cantral. ' VERLEE QUINN leaves her Missouri Heritage to any local Junior. CLASS MOTTO When the last great scorer writes against our name, It matters not whether we won or lost, but how we played the game. CLASS FLOWER Tea Rose CLASS ,COLOR Peach and Light Blue ,YO isfovy f Qi Let's glance back over the past twelve years and see what we can see. It's September first in the year 1938 and the mean "widdow" kids are off to school. Yes, off to the two little red school houses, Bancroft and Wash- ington Heights. The first grade teachers were Mrs. Coryl M. Clugston and Mrs. Stein. The students who have been in the community for the past twelve years are jo Anna Smith, George Wathen, both from Wash- ington Heights, and Dorris Cress, Frieda Fieselman and Patricia Hicks, from Bancroft. Under their teachers' guiding hands all passed to the second grade. That year Gloria Bedoar was a new addition. 1940: We wondered where our graduating class was. When we passed from the second to the third grade we also moved from the first room to the second. Miss Nock and Mrs. Dalkey were teachers at Washing- ton Heights and Bancroft, respectively. During this year, the four new students were Kenneth Billau and Beryle Crosby at Washington Heights and at Bancroft were Carl Metsker and Bertil Olson. The fourth grade was uneventful. 1942: The fifth grade teacher at Washington Heights was Mrs. Delia Keller, better known as "Keller the Killer." While the students at Bancroft were having arithmetic and more arithmetic pounded into their brains by their teacher, Miss Byers. The new students were Barbara Tayson and Charles Quintrall. During the sixth grade, Marilyn Egan and Gene Gorrell came in to join our ranks. At Bancraft the students waited anxiously for the square dancing classes taught by their capable teacher, Mrs. Cox. Miss julia Stapleton was the teacher at Washington Heights. The seventh grade passed rapidly, with Mrs. Fritche and Mrs. Zimmerman as teachers at Bancroft and Wash- ington Heights, respectively. During our very eventful eighth grade, our teachers were Mrs. jessie 'Earman and Mrs. Mahaffey. Vale- dictorian and Salutatorian at Washington Heights were jo Anna Smith and iKenneth Billau, respectively. While at Bancroft they were Pat Hicks and C arles Quintrall. Barbara Conover and Bill Dohrman were the two new students at Bancroft during the ninth grade. Mrs. Murphy was their teacher. While the students of Wash- ington Heights joined 100 others at Lakewood High School. In 1947 we attended school for the first time in the new Alameda High School. Here students gathered from many neighbbring schools, and our Sophomore Class consisted of :, Gloria Bedoar, Nadine Blandford, Marilyn Egan, Dorris Cress, Beryle Crosby, Betty john- ston, Barbara Conover, joan Zigler, Criss Lounge, Frieda Fieselman, Gene Gorrell, Beverly Hough, Patricia Hicks, Don Abrahamson, Philip Kuhn, Richard Pogp, Jo Anna Smith, Barbara Tayson, George Wathen, C arles Quin- trall, Bertil Olson, Carl Metsker, Bob Harrier, Bill Dohr- man, Kenneth Billau, Bob Leiker, and urnell Tiefa. That year our sponsor was Mrs. Spirk. The second year in the new school we find that Nadine Blandford isn't with us, but to take her place, is Bertha Childers, Margie Pitcher, Joanna Elder, Dean Crews, and Harold Proctor. Our Junior sponsor was Mr. Crawford. We're Seniors now, the second class to graduate from Alameda High School. 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I .g..:1. 3-ij: - k.4.z-r-.'4'1- '- - Q-. r' . ' - ' Lug,---I -T, Phil Kuhn - - Funbnck SPAM- ' Wt. 160 Senior Dave CI Right Hclrrbcck Wt. 160 Junlor Plf Bumcll Tlofn Left Halfback WT. j60 Sensor 5 134: ,fry W. 'NS -er' 49 -' 'I JY "- -35 'wtf5+F'.a',1.u ,.dgQ!'..n ' If ' f. . Hy, LW ggi yn L -I I S 'X . - mais' 0 1 ::5,.h"' Qiili-1JE4"i"'::.1-I hu cllilh hill mf . . .. Gag-gn X J- ia + g 's?5-59' 1 ' ' - WL '90 Assistant Coach joseph Layos Senior A D PIECES Ol? EIGHT . mek P ' um eff SX 5 - ' ll us. - ,ff 1 1. are W M x7 -nh. x N ,X 5 I 'hgh . Q . - .N . Q55 . Q "xf0:E - . . -Q: 1411 ". MNH. . .Alf -'Q 'Kas'-g..,-v 5,4539 this 'b?'?'1:'iI'q"2ircf.' -.-1 "" V qe . 5: ' . y 1 z ' r K I A' 5 . 4 ..- if J -r- G Wofhcn Guard Wt. 205 Senior 'la Wt. l60 Senior E+ ' - Do Clepper 'ef 1 -li ' .' , ,.,--H. Le?1' Guard A' , - ,Nab ' Q Qr: Wf. L va i ' -, " 'n Senior e.Lr-Aff? ,qi 1 L. ' . 5:1-?3'Ef'f-few ' I - .' :Yr-ll'f1 .'. .- '-LHS: - ,. , "',... 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Q . 4 R , rgwff-TLP: 1:1 ABQ Back Row Left to Right Coach Bradley Tom Hurd, Burnell Tiefa, Dove Clapper, Phil Kuhn, Bob Harper, Bob E on Harold Rhodus B Il Graves A l Seeon Row Carl Metsker Bvll Dohrman George Wathen, Don Clapper, Charles Qurrrlrol, Bertil Olson, Front Row Arnold Hayes Gene Crews Gene Moore, Paul Grillos, Pete Harper, Murray Rhodus, Larry The Alameda Pirates ended a very successful and profitable season by taking Mountain Valley League Championship. The Alameda Pirates were in the victory column most of the time and were defeated but three times. They tallied 234 points while but 50 were chalked up by their opponents. Nine of the first string played their last grid game for the blue and white. All were good men and will be sorely missed next fall. Seniors were Dick Popp, Bertil Olson, Bill Dohr- man, Charles Quintrall, Don Clapper, George Wathen, Carl Metsker, Burnell Tiefa, and Phil Kuhn. The schedule was as follows: 3'Alameda vs. Adams City .....,........ . ..... 12-0 "'Alameda vs. Louisville ...... ..... 7 -13 Alameda vs. Castle Rock .... ..... 3 4-0 Alameda vs. Mountair ...... ..... 3 3-0 Alameda vs. Idaho Springs .... ..... 3 9-0 Alameda vs. Edgewater ..... ..... 2 0-7 Alameda vs. Bear Creek .... ..... 3 2-7 Alameda vs. Evergreen ..... . . '. . .45-0 'l'Alameda vs. Fort Lupton ......,............ 6-15 'l""Alameda vs. Estes Park .........,.... - ...... 6 -8 'Non-League Games 'l"FState Play-Off Here you have a summary of the season. It was a good season of which all parts could well be proud. -Don Clapper A555615 v'- gr., R . mg fr an -v 2 2n', In" I J , Tom Hurd Guard Junior .5 N2 Carl Metskcr Center Senior Coach Hugh Bradley aslceflwsl I Tveasuv Qiv s v ., , 3. "2,. , ,, if AJ.. XJ,-.,, .4. -Lx-. Jorry Layne Forward AND PIECES OF EIGHT EL .-,Qi .:.. -"f G, ' Junior 'J 'S -2- V H 'x '51 1 is A - . :Sv- -' X: 5 J- ' . '1 X11-hm' N .K 31- if L 11. .Ii , .-.ik yn. .- -V : "'v- .st '.. X - X 'Q -.., , -1 'a A"-x J'-4 ' .A , Keith Cohonour Forward Junior 5, ' vig-x w. ,-ff 5 fr' . 3. ' .fr g 2: f ' .- , , -' .3 . 1 ' : .t il' ' ' . ' -f N -g.-. t n 4-5 -'qu 1 ax ' -,J Ag.-' .-mf. - ' .-4:---" ' fx-' - .-gs: ,-,-1:z- ' Ap- -.l f.-'-. -f,:71- 5 ' Q-7i'f" ' , V x.W ' nn? x ,L-5-,,.v fwfzldpt 'QSSH "ml f Charles Vlg Guard Sophomore r AND PIECES or EIGHT v. X Q.. X ' A Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs. Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs. Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs Alameda vs 'Alameda vs 'Alameda vs 'Alameda vs 'Alameda vs. ' - is -in-: 3 - ' 1 yi ' . 1 ,. . Y?- 5,5-it if . Kirk Hog!! Guor Junior i.'l:.::,' I-wr' , ' I! "fx 3 . -5,1-une'-3 -sf mtg-vs1g ,q .s' g - 1..,g..-6. :I A Harold Proctor .Q .-11--gba. sq- A Guqrd my ak- A 5'-' --z 11 . Senior 333: - .Ia 25,-' Burnoll 'Heh Forword Senior , 1 The schedule was as follows: Mountair . . . Bearcreek . . . Edgewater .. Evergreen . . Castle Rock . Idaho Springs Colo. Military Mountair Bearcreek . . . Edgewater .. Evergreen . . Castle Rock . Idaho Springs Adams City . Arvada ..... St. Francis .. Cathedral . . . 'Alameda vs. Rifle ...... 'Alameda vs "Alameda vs "Alameda vs "Alameda vs 'l'Alameda vs 'Non-League Louisville . . . Mountair . . . Castle Rock . Edgewater .. Laffayette . . NM. V. I. Tournament 1'District Tournament 32-23 54-45 30-37 45-26 34-27 35-34 40-22 24-3 1 5 3-35 23-35 32-25 27-33 26-32 33-28 44-30 23-47 25-36 28-34 27-31 29-22 39-33 32-44 44-53 The Alameda Pirates, playing a 19-game schedule plus 4 tourney games, compiled a 12-11 record for the season and a 7-5 record for league play. The Pirates have a .523 percentage for the season and a .583 per- centage for the league. The boys who Rlayed their last game were: Carl Metsker, Harold Proctor, Dale Carlson, George Wathen. and Burnell Tiefa, who was in'ured in the middle of the season. y U I ' -Harold Proctor v I i w SKETBALI. MWWWV. AWQVW 61489 QW M Z1-422MB 1 4 afaff'-ff,f'Q"'!"" i 4 vaclc 7,-cam Slttlng, Left to light: George Wathen, Arnold Hayes, Bill Graves, Bob Harper, Carl Metsker, Dave Clapper, Harold Rhodus, Donald Rigli, James- Joyce. b Kneeling, Left to Right: incint Slndt, Jack Peterson, Loyse Harper Bill Scott, Murray Rhodus, Clyde Mathias, Fabian Delongchomp, Charles Vig, Bobby Egan, Charles Cframer, Robert McClanahan, Larry ewellyn. MQLAII Team lgqfjllngz Tom Hurd, Larry Llewellyn, Roy Ward, Charles Vig, Keith Cohenour, Kirk Heyer, Harold Proctor, i oyce. Standing: Mr. Bradley, Vern Olin, Bill Graves, Paul Jones, Dick Popp, Jerry Layne, Clyde Mathias, Harold Rhodus, Bob Egan. 115915015 eqwa Flu! Row Loft to Rl P: Blll Scott, T McCory, Ronald Ivey. Second Rfwr, Loft Nmghix gene Crewsciyon Clcpper, Dave Clopper, and Coach Kettering Cbawn Ions 4949 N90 ff 5'1W:'b Left to Right: First Row: Annabelle l-laulman, Lucille Petrie, Lorraine Green, Earlene Woodard, Mary Giesendorfer, Gunvor Qlson, June Dohrman, Alice Lenz, Shirley Foos. Second Row: Carol Cohenour, Bertha Tournier, Shirlee Evans, Olive Petrie, Margie Elder, Carol Carlson, Louise Schmitt, Barbara Kostur, Nadine Blandford, Bevenv Hough. . h Third Row: Beverly Hawn Peggy' White, Patti Kuhn, era Pallero, Barbara Tayson, Frieda Fleselman, Dorothy Feagans, Marilyn Egan, S aron McCoy, Claudia Knight, Sponsor Mrs. Eccker. Q Fourth Row: Pat Hicks, Janet Graves, Barbara Stone, Margaret Faegans, Gloria Bedoar, Virginia Light Joanna Elder, Pat Hawn, Shirley Young, Wilodyne Hardman, Lila Duncan. 1 Clyeex' eabevs Left to Right: Anna Morasan, Pat Burcar, Beryle Crosby, and Martha Evans -LL-s---r - -- 1'I-,l. Lett to Right, First Row: Murray Rhodus, George Wathen, Don Clapper, Vincent Scinclt, Pete Harper, Harold Rhodus, Larry Llewellyn, and Bob Egan. . Second Row, Left to Right! Coach Layos, Kenneth Blllau, Dick Popp, Arnold Hayes Chuck Quintrall, Bill Dohrman, Bertil Olson, Carl Metsker, Bob Harper, Jerry Layne, Charles Vig, Bill Graves, Dave Clapper, Tom Hurd, and Coach Bradley. Aiovette Lett to Rlght: Donna Summers, Betty Jo Sherouse, Barbara Allen, Janet Carlson, Drucilla Woods. cam Left to Right, First Row: Nadine Blandfordjlarbara Tayson Anna Moroson, Barbara Kostur, Joan Massey, Peggy White, Shirlie Evans, Vera Ebert Mary McLaughlin, Virginia Light. , Second Row: Beverly Hough, Shirley Hawley, Bertha Tournier, Olive etrie, Patti Kuhn, June Dohrman, Gunvor Olson, Juanita Jerome, Marlene Proctor. Third Row: Elois Davis, Claudia Knight, Shirley Craighead, Wilodyne Hardman, Patrica Burcar, Lila Duncan, Betty Jo Sherouse, Mr. Kroll. Fourth Row: Sharon McCoy, Dorothy Feagens, Sally Holcomb, Shirley Young, Eugenia Gorrell, Lucille Petrie, Arlene Ole. AMD Loft to Right: Nana! Perry, Carol Carlson, Dorothy Feafans, Roger Peterson, Loyse Harper, Frank Peterson, Andy Grillos, Milfor Mac ey, William Jergens, Howar Smith, and Sponsor, Mr. Crawford. AJ G-Hoff mv Q Q V V filling: Janet Fraves, Howard Smith, Gene Moore, Vera Pallero, Shirley Young. Slandlng, Left to Rlghf: Mr. Cronin, Gary Miller, Mary Geisendofe? James Joyoglouise Schmitti- Bob Harper, Barbara Allen, Bill Graves, Lorna Anderson, Jim Tenney, Ef ie Oie, Qonal Clapger, Alice enz Richard Lenz, Annabell Haulman, Harold Rhodus, Marilyn Metsker, Fred Tournler, Shirley oos. W1 surf L-:gg Wo1Igglhgaxa?E.iioJr:l26nMadlno Blandford, Olive Petrie, Beverly Hough, Donald Clopper, David Clapper, agile'-M'v fgfaff A Left to Right, Front Row: Druscilla Woods, Barbara Koslur, Alice Jackson, Mr. Cronin, Mrs. Eccker, Shirley Foos, Annabelle Haulman, and Alice Lenz. Middle Row: Pal' Burcor, Elois Davis, Barbara Tayson, Barbara Allen, Janet Carlson, Nancy Noah, Joan Massey, Vera Pallero, Sharon McCoy, Earlene Woodard, and Curtis Hurd Back Row: Bill Largent Russell Taylor, Jack Cook, Pat Hicks, BeryIe'Crosby, Chuck Cramer, Barbara Stone, Carol Cohenour, Janet Graves, and Gary Miller. t-ubent' ounci l First Row, Loft to Right: Annabelle Haulman, Olive- Petrie, Sharon McCoy, Jerry Layne, Carl Mellor Vera Pollaro, Beryle Crosby, Barbara Tayson, Mary Gelsendorfer. Second Row, Left to Right: Paul Vallas, Bill Dahrman, and Bill Graves. 1 eniov 'Class dylan Lights! Camera! Action! And another successful Senior Play went into the A. H. S. history book with the final curtain dropping amid the applause of a full house. "Sitting Pretty," a three-act comedy directed by Mr. Owens and Mr. Cronin and presented by the Seniors, was a smash hit. A remarkable set was built by an enthusiastic stage crew in which twelve talented actors and actresses performed. The set perfectly fitted the staging of the play. Ast- Queen .... .... Cookie. ...... ...... .. Mother McLinden .... Harry ............ Peg ..... . Callie ..... Howard . . . Lorraine .... Charlotte .... .... Wilma .... . Eddie , ..... Carl ........ Stage Crew .... . . . . . . .Beryle Crosby . . . .Kenny Billau . . . . Gloria Bedoar . . . . . .Dick Popp . .Barbara Tayson .......PatHicks . . . . .Bertil Olson . . .Beverly Hough .Frieda Fieselman Nadine Blandford . . . .Carl Metsker . . . .Dale Carlson . .George Wadmen Bill Dohrman Harold Proctor Donald Clapper ovv C045 Sitting, Lett to Rlght: Shirley Young, Earlene Woodard, Miss Nathan, Barbara Tayson Beverly Hough, E Second Row, Lett to Right: Vera Pallaro, Carol Stender, Gloria Bedoar, Kenny Billau, Fred Wolfe, Jim Hicks, Harold Rhodus, Vincint Sindt. Third Row, Lett to Right: Pat Hicks, Beryle Crosby, Jerry Layne, Bertil Olson, Bill Graves. W, Uflpfo Club , Slttin , Rl ht to Left: Mr. Kettering, Carol Carlson, Alice Lenz, Gary Miller. I Standfn :elif inia Light Nancy Perry, Jaunita Jerome, Lorraine Green Gene Clark, Curtis Hurd. Second glow: illargaret feagans, Beverly Hawn, Barbara Stone, Jack Cook, Spencer Nye, Charles Kramer Bill Jurgens. ouvvux iswa Sitting: Lulse Schmit Vera Pallaro Nice Presidentl, Gene Moore lPresidentl, Mary Glesendorfer lExecu tive Secretary! , Mr. Cronin lSponsarl . Slandlngz Harold Proctor, Donald Clapper, Howard Smith, Effie Ole, Janet Graves. gr Mill ff cvou ,ifafuddgweffv find' Wm ,Jang QD 'eff-M5 doo iowa QSM e pzzzfzzafwf A ,dwviig-f1f4f5"'544"f"'b ' .f' A' .. '- f. " 47" 935,532 'Px.'-bv' "'X??v- :Nr-' 1: ,gsggfig vomcnabe ueen anb L74H'enbav1!'s BERYLE CROSBY Queen 'FRIEDA F IESELMAN Attendant DORRIS MAE CRESS Attendant The Junior-Senior Prom which was held at the Crest Haven Country Club on the nineteenth of May, was a great success. Preceding the dance a banquet was held in the Tiffin Dining Room. Avtvsi' caches' ssocial-ions Lofi to Right: Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Hlcks, Mr. Phyles, Mrs. Louino, Mrs. Mlller OBJECTS OF THE NATIONAL CONGRESS OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS To promote the welfare of children and youth in Home, chool, Church and Community. To raise the standards of home life. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelli- gently in the training of the child. To develop between educators and the general ublic such united efforts as will secure for every chigi the highest advantages in physical, mental, social and spiritual education. These objects of the ParentJTeachers Association were first written in 1887 when P.-T. A. was founded, and the same objects are the basis ofour organization today. The traditions which our founders built-now belong to all of us. We must realize that the first thoughts of our founders were to improve the homes of the children of this nation. Gradually this interest grew to include the school and the community. Every home in the conununity has a vital influence on the life of your child. Let us think'of the responsibility of both the home and the school in developing leaders in the community of the future. ALAMEDA P.-T. A. was organized to carry forth these purposes. May we continue to abide by the objects and the licies of the National Congress of Parents and Teacgiers, that we may help not only our own families but every one in our area-remembering at all times that ALL CHILDREN ARE OUR CHILDREN. I 74'bM1fMf5fYAff0M dur amz:-:,. ,22- WVA4 645551, Bwwuoddf . Y-t ,,...- f1:mf, leg .aa Jig v- Xi Vi E lf l"""s gi 4 "flux 'X N451 M Zvi iqgqx F A -R52 Q 1'-J f bves hsevnemfs A N. L 'Nkxn ha Q QQ? 'T'-.f N LT-QC.. " 'Hx r Qrw C' '4 W J' "' f sql , A u- -X 3. , , - -"' X 'Q 1 + ' . ,,,--Gig . 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Alameda Ave. PEarl 3756 KElM'S FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 4320 Morrison Road Denver 14, Colorado CHARLES G. , Prep. WESTWOOD 524 Hartley's Hardware BUILDnn's HARDWARE-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PLUMBING ANDHOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 3550 Morrison Road Westwood 25 R 8: R SEWER AND WATER CONTRACTORS H. G. RHODUS S. R. RHODUS WATER MAINS-MAIN LINE SEWHS CESSPOOIS-SEPTIC TANKS-FIELD DRAIN SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1021 WIFI' MISISSIPPI DENVER 9, COLORADO ERlKSEN'S 5-10-S1 AND UP 3010 W. Alameda SPmce 4627 Denver 9, Colorado Our Sincere Best Wishes To All the Students and Faculty oi Alameda High I-'or Success and the Good Things ot Life LLOYD WOOD CO. REAL ESTATE 3331 West Alameda WEST COLFAX FARM DAIRY 0 For Quality Milk and SKELGAS Dependable-Economical Complete Seleotioh RANGES WATER HEATERS Ice Cream Products num - Tons l-'URNACES E HEATERS ' HOME EREEZERS sm wi comm U ooh an SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1277 Broadway I Cllex-ry M!! 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STENOWIIITING-the 'rough symm in snmnma In Easier to Leem, Faster, end More Accurate. . Printed English Outlines Make needing Easy'-No "Cold Notes" Secretarial and Reporting Courses CUSTOM-BUET TI-IE STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE ' 'nm oluonuu. nmvm STENOTYPI scnool. R I an im si.-Ju cnmpe Clleny mo lm Aeon nl' un' an COMET THEATER MIDWEST 0 Cleaning and Pressing Your Neighborhood Theater Free Pickup and Delivery .. n mo! count nm. sm use Morrison and weaned nt DWIGHT-BEERY Representing Cnrtll Grculation Company Alilllfl Ioremod Publication THE SATURDAY EVENING POST LADIES HOME JOURNAL HOLIDAY COUNTRY G .TACK AND JILL H86 So. Roco Si. Dolvot, Colorado BANCROIT FIRE DEPARTMENT O A Voluntary Community Service CLOVER KNOLL SERVICE The J. W. Metz Lumber Company Roy and Ollie 81106511 Owneu - o AUTO REPAIRS-ACCESSORIB-RADIOS mzcrmc APPLIANCES AND nsmms HON' Uludm' Hildiluim PHILLIPS PAINTS . 6800 Morrison Road Ploneweltweod MM 6851 W. CGUIIAVOIIO Lahwooel,ColoIldo Learn A Profitable Trade ' LAKEWOOD I-'UEL CO. 1. Auto Mechanic 3. Air Conditioning 2. Body and Fender 4. Refrigeration 5. Auto Painting WOOD' ons' COAL . o Es tl!! JAY LABIWOOD SC! on I. :nh AVI. Acem mr 3258 W. Crabb Plumbin ' Co. g and Heating CONTRACTORS H. 'L' CRA!! I. S. CRA!! O 1048 Twelfih St. Phone 'l'Abor 444 1608 Broadway Denver, Co AL-CAR JEWELERS B030 REALTY Watches, Diamonds, and Gifts FOI' Occasions uyour Reauorsu ' Watch and Clock Repairing Prompt Service 1053 Broadway ' 318 So. Fed .AComa 3533 Pl'-Iarl ms w. ,ALAMEDA rnul sm WALKER BROS. MOTOR CO. rom: DISTRIBUTOR Complete Service 7315 West Coliax MAin AMERICAN SCHOOL SUPP LY Colorado's Leading School Supply Company "Everything tor Schools" Prompt-Efficient Service 1758 1514 ARAPAHOB ALplno 1153 ' JEFFERSON COUNTY BANK eww 'acumen LYLE BAKER srumos of AND CAMERA sHoP LAK1-:WQQD Q PORTRAITURE BN W. COLFAX AVI. LAKEWOOD IMI -COMMERCIAL PHOTOS 275 So. Federal Bl d v . 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